With lush natural resources, the area around Niagara Falls is home to many animals, including mice. But mice are also one species which is not afraid to look for shelter in your home or other property. Especially when it gets to be chilly outside, and humans have indoor heating and fresh food year-round. That’s why many people are on the lookout for Niagara Falls mouse control and removal. Well, look no further! Toodaloo offers safe and cost effective mouse removal to the Niagara area.
The average female mouse can produce up to sixty offspring in one year of its adult life. Once they start giving birth, the mouse population multiplies exponentially. Because of this, infestation can be hard to tame, and harder to prevent in the future. And even just one mouse can still present a threat to your health and safety. They will nibble and scratch at cords and wiring, which can lead to electrical damage and fire hazards. And mice are carriers for dozens of diseases.
Some of the diseases mice can carry include Salmonella, Lyme Disease, Hantavirus, Typhus, and Rat-Bite Fever. These range from having irritating symptoms to being potentially fatal. It is best not to risk contracting any of these. Call us today and we can help you avoid any unnecessary risks to your health or safety.
Thankfully, Toodaloo can help. Our technicians will sanitize the area, dispose of the animals and any remaining caracasses, and seal up possible entry points. All of our workers are professional and efficient. They know how to spot signs of mouse activity and what to do to get rid of all of the problem areas at hand.
When you need to get that mouse out of your house, call Toodaloo at 1-844-TOODALOO (866-3250).
Our Toodaloo technicians are fully trained in various methods of pest removal and extermination, capable of handling any job, of any size, professionally and efficiently. Unlike some other pest control companies our removal solutions are environmentally friendly so you know that there are no harmful chemicals being sprayed throughout your home.